• Tekken 7 is a fighting game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment as the ninth instalment in the Tekken series.

Tekken 7 is a fighting game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment as the ninth instalment in the Tekken series. (Photo : YouTube/ Tekken Channel)

The latest details for "Tekken 7" will feature a possibly free-to-play features solutions for "Rage Quitters" and "Tekken Bowl" coming back in the game.

"Tekken" series producer Katsuhiro Harada revealed some interesting things for "Tekken 7" as he told Gamespot about some features that will likely be added to the new fighting game. Gamespot asked Harada about the possibility that "Tekken 7" could be a "free-to-play" video game similar to "Tekken: Revolution" with the latter replying that it is a difficult question to answer as fighting is something that can be a free-to-play at first glance.

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"Tekken: Revolution" was created as a free-to-play version of the series because that is where fighting video games started from the arcade. Harada cited that difficulties of having "Tekken: Revolution" online and having a free-to-play option will be hard to get revenue to support the game.

That being said, Harada stated that they would rather have "Tekken 7" packaged in a traditional way of selling the game so that he and Bandai Namco can implement several in-game elements for the sequel without changing the game design.

Aside from the possible free-to-play, Gamespot also asked Harada if he and the game developers will implement the same extreme solutions and protocols for "Rage Quitters" when "Tekken 7: Fated Retribution" is out in the arcades.

Harada explained "Tekekn 7" is the only game within the arcades that does networking battles and they have no problems about its since the users cannot shut off the LAN. Harada and Bandai Namco have not yet implemented plans for quitters regarding "Tekken 7" in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, but they will be keepin an eye out for them and what players expect from them. Harada added that "Rage Quitters" should be put on some kind of "virtual jail" and have their main character locked on the select screen.

In other news, a new featured being rumored to be added for "Tekken 7" has been revealed as Bandai Namco teased the possibility of bringing back "Tekken Bowl" for the sequel, Segment Next reported.

Bandai Namco added that a new game mode based on the Mishima family is also being planned for "Tekken 7" and fans speculated that it could be a version of "Scenario Campaign" featured in "Tekken 6".

Playable characters in "Tekken 7" will include Jin, Kazuya, Heihachi, Hwoarang, Steve Fox, Asuka, Lili, Xiaoyu, Marshall Law, Paul Phoenix, King, Yoshimitsu, Bryan Fury, Feng Wei, Dragunov, Leo, Lars, Alisa and Nina Williams. New faces are introduced are also in the sequel like Claudio Serafino, Katarina Alves, Lucky Chloe, Josie Rizal, Jack-7, Gigas, Shaheen, Akuma and Kazumi Mishima.

"Tekken 7" is speculated to launch on late 2016 for the PS4 and Xbox One.